Author, poet, storyteller, humorist, and creator of the radio show A Prairie Home Companion, Garrison Keillor has been entertaining audiences for more than 35 years with his tales from Lake Wobegon. Author of more than a dozen books (including Lake Wobegon Days, Pontoon, Life Among Lutherans and Good Poems for Hard Times), Keillor writes a syndicated newspaper column and is a frequent contributor to Time, The New Yorker, and National Geographic. His radio show inspired the 2006 movie, A Prairie Home Companion. A member of the American Academy of Arts & Letters, he lives in St. Paul with his wife and daughter.
“Keillor has . . . a velvety voice and cadence that instantly charms. His deep voice is tempered by a soft and deliberate delivery that can often be melodious and sinewy." - Publishers Weekly
“"Garrison Keillor, erotic writer: who knew? . . . Keillor is one of the great voices of our time." - The New York Times Book Review
“Guaranteed to generate giggles, chortles, smiles and grins.” - BookPage
"the funniest American writer still open for business," - Time Magazine
"storytelling genius..." - The Washington Post